Employment at YCCC

Employment Opportunities at YCCC

Assistant Director of Finacial Aid

POSITION SUMMARY: This position provides administrative and processing support for 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.
REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor’s Degree in business. finance, education or related field from an
accredited college or university and 3 years of experience in post-secondary financial aid and/or student
accounts.
DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS: Master’s degree in business. finance, education, or related field from on
accredited college or university.
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
SALARY/BENEFITS: Salary commensurate with the Agreement between the MCCS Trustees and the MEA
Administrators Unit Level 3. Full benefits package available.

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

Information Systems Manager

SALARY AND BENEFITS: Starting salary range between $61,921.60 – $70,000.00 with full benefit package commensurate with the Agreement between the MCCS Trustees and the MSEA Supervisory Services Unit pending classification.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: This position serves as the senior systems and network administrator for the College and designs, installs, troubleshoots and maintains complex workstation and server operating systems hardware and software. Designs, installs, troubleshoots and maintains local and wide area networks and firewall. Ensures ongoing operation and delivery of mission critical campus web and database applications including email. Oversees and manages IT department operations, including supervising and evaluating IT support personnel managing team to complete system upgrades and maintenance. Oversees all data security and stays up to date on threats and prevention. Serves as backup to the Director of Institutional Operations if needed in off hours or IT related emergencies.

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science or related field and 2 to 4-years of relevant experience essential.

DESIRABLE QUALIFICATIONS: Master’s Degree and 4 years of experience preferred. CompTIA Security+, CISSP, CISA, CISM, SSCP, CCNP, or Security+ certification preferred. As well as,

  • Broad and deep understanding of and experience with IT network engineering and systems
  • Extensive project management An understanding of information security management systems and standards.
  • Ability to research and identify emerging standards, products, and security issues, and recommend new products and solutions through evaluation.
  • Robust analytical skills with an aptitude for finding significant patterns of large amounts of data; attention to
  • Ability to prioritize effectively and execute
  • Ability to communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing and to maintain the confidentiality of security operations and related
  • Knowledge and understanding of the current and developing information technology security practices, procedures and policies.
Electrical Technology Faculty

RESPONSIBILITIES: YCCC is seeking a full-time Electrical Technology faculty to teach in the Electrical Technology program. The schedule may include a combination of day, face-to-face, and online classes. Subject areas to be taught typically include but are not limited to direct current and alternating current theory, solid-state devices, programmable logic controllers, electrical motor control, renewable energy systems, and basic process control instrumentation. The instructor also provides student advising, participates in the program’s ongoing curriculum development, as well as participates in campus initiatives such as accreditation and institutional assessment.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

· Associate degree

· Current State of Maine Master Electrician license.

· Demonstrated professionalism and interpersonal skills are essential.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:

· Background in the installation, maintenance, and troubleshooting of residential, commercial, and industrial electrical equipment and systems is a plus

· Prior experience and education in industrial electronics, PLC’s, VFD’s, and process control instrumentation is a plus

· Prior teaching experience is a plus

SALARY/BENEFITS: Salary and benefits commensurate with the Agreement between the Maine Community College System Trustees and the MEA Faculty Unit to include retirement option in MainePERS or TIAA-CREF, and full cost of employee coverage in the State of Maine health insurance plan and dental plan.

Nursing Faculty

RESPONSIBILITIES: The Nursing faculty responsibilities include but are not limited to teaching and supervision of students in the Nursing program, student advising, and participation in the program’s on-going curriculum development and academic policies, as well as involvement with ACEN accreditation. Teaching didactic content and clinical and/or lab of associate-degree seeking nursing students while in clinical occurs each semester. Participation in campus initiatives  such as accreditation and institutional assessment are expected. Schedule may include teaching day, evening, weekend, and online classes.

QUALIFICATIONS: The qualified applicant is required to have an Master’s degree in Nursing and active, unencumbered RN License in the State of Maine or Compact State.  Additional qualifications include current knowledge of nursing practice and/or health care, a minimum of one year of teaching experience, preferably at the college level, and two years of recent clinical experience.  The qualified applicate must also possess a current driver’s license and the meet clinical facility immunization requirements.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES: Expertise and knowledge of current nursing specialty areas, experience with simulation and computer assisted instruction, ability to plan and organize multiple tasks and responsibilities, excellent knowledge of computer technology to access data, maintain records, generate reports, and communicate effectively with individuals. Excellent communication and presentation skills is a must.

SALARY/BENEFITS: Salary and benefits commensurate with the Agreement between the Maine Community College System Trustees and the MEA Faculty Unit. Benefits include: Retirement choice of Maine Public Employees Retirement System (MainePERS) or Teachers Insurance & Annuity Association College Retirement Equities Fund (TIAA-CREF) – in lieu of Social Security; full employee health/dental insurance and approximately  60% of cost for dependent coverage; life insurance paid by the MCCS; Personal 2 days/year; and Sick 9 days/academic year.

 

Veterinary Technology Faculty

RESPONSIBILITIES: The Veterinary Technology faculty is responsible for teaching a variety of undergraduate courses in Veterinary Technology; to assist with the AVMA accreditation process; curriculum design and assessment and advising students. Additional responsibilities include participating in departmental and college committees, aiding in recruitment and retention activities, and participating in faculty development and campus initiatives  such as accreditation and institutional assessment are expected. Schedule may include teaching day, evening, weekend, and online classes.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: The qualified applicant is required to be a credentialed veterinary technician with an earned credential  from an AVMA or CVMA accredited program. A minimum of two years’ work experience as a veterinary technician is also required. Excellent communication and presentation skills is a must.
DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS: A bachelor’s degree and recent college level teaching experience at a community college is desired, but not required.
SALARY/BENEFITS: Salary and benefits commensurate with the Agreement between the Maine Community College System Trustees and the MEA Faculty Unit. Benefits include: Retirement choice of Maine Public Employees Retirement System (MainePERS) or Teachers Insurance & Annuity Association College Retirement Equities Fund (TIAA-CREF) – in lieu of Social Security; full employee health/dental insurance and approximately  60% of cost for dependent coverage; life insurance paid by the MCCS; Personal 2 days/year; and Sick 9 days/academic year.

Assistant Director of Workforce

POSITION SUMMARY: The Assistant Director of Workforce identifies, develops, coordinates, implements, and promotes workforce trainings and programs that meet the needs of local business and industry partners with a focus on manufacturing and the trades. The Assistant Director performs key functions in providing support and customer service to local employers, students, staff, and instructors associated with workforce programs including both training development, oversight and administrative tasks. Additionally serves as a career coach, guiding students from program selection and entry to job placement and/or credit programs.

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor’s Degree in Business, an occupational profession, or related field. Five-years or experience in manufacturing, a related field, and/or the trades. Excellent written and oral communication skills.

DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS: Master’s Degree, knowledge of workforce development programs and needs, experience teaching adult learners, knowledge of higher education policies, processes, and accepted practices.

Experience in instruction and/or administration or occupational training programs, or a combination of education and experience in instruction and program development.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
– Strong customer service and sales skills.
– Capacity to manage multiple complex tasks and priorities, good problem-solving skills
– Ability to collaborate on projects with faculty, staff, and corporate partners.
– Ability to adapt and be flexible to rapidly changing priorities or employer needs.
– Working knowledge or marketing practices.

SALARY/BENEFITS: The College expects to pay in the vicinity of 60,000 with full benefit package commensurate with the Agreement between the MCCS Trustees and the MEA Administrators Unit Level 4 pending classification.

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

 

Head Women’s Softball Coach

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.

 

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

 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Associate’s Degree or equivalent combination of training and experience required.  Ability to recruit student-athletes, teach softball skills, and demonstrate prior coaching or participation experience.  Clean driving record required.

 

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • 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
  • Report statistics to the Dean of Student
  • Assist the Athletic Department in collecting complete and accurate documentation required of student-athletes, 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
  • Manage, record and appropriately communicate to the Dean of Student Services notice of all
  • Coordinate and assist with travel and contest arrangements.
  • Coordinate with the Dean of Student Services regarding awards, budget, schedule and
  • Maintain flexibility in work schedule that may include days, evenings and

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.

Download and fill out the YCCC Employment Application:

YCCC Employment Application (PDF)

To whom should I address my cover letter?

Your introductory letter can be addressed to: Interview Committee or Barbara Owen. Applications are collected and forwarded to the assigned chair of the interview committee.

York County Community College is an equal opportunity/affirmative action institution and employer.

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