Employment Opportunities at YCCC

Director of Human Resource Management

SALARY AND BENEFITS: The College expects to pay $62,000 annually along with a generous benefit package for this Confidential position pending classification

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES This Confidential position reports directly to the Chief of Staff to the President and Dean of Administration serving as the primary manager for all Human Resources functions including employee recruitment, onboarding and orientation; employee development and training, safety and welfare. The individual is responsible for all benefits management, unemployment and worker’s compensation administration,  institutional and System compliance with employment policies, procedures, and contracts for all full-time benefited employees, part time adjunct employees and student employees. This position is responsible for developing and monitoring all budgets associated with Human Resources as well as working closely with the Chief of Staff regarding training, travel and professional development for all benefited employees. The individual works closely with the College Senior Leadership Team, supervisors, MCCS human resources and legal counsel regarding compliance with all System and college policies and procedures. The individual works closely with the Chief of Staff on all Collective Bargaining Contract matters.

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS

  • Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources or related field
  • 5 to 7 years of extensive work in Human Resources

(YCCC requires COVID-19 vaccination for all employees and will consider accommodations for religious and medical-based reasons)

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS

  • Professional in Human Resources (PHR) and/or SHRM Certified Professional (SHRM-CP).
  • Master’s Degree
  • Experience working in higher education [/expand
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 polocies.
Veterinary Technology Adjunct Instructors - Spring 2022

York County Community College is currently accepting resumes for adjunct instructors for the following SPRING course sections on our Wells campus. These are non-benefited positions with teaching assignments on a course-by-course, semester-to-semester basis. Complete course descriptions can be found on the college’s website: http://www.yccc.edu.

VET 120 Veterinary Pharmacology – Wednesdays 5:30 to 8:15 pm
This course will examine the fundamentals of pharmacology as it relates to the veterinary technician. This class looks at the effects of different drugs on the animal body and their uses for combating various ailments. Future veterinary technicians and technologists learn about drug recognition, labeling and packaging, calculating and measuring appropriate dosages for each animal, and administering, storing and inventorying pharmaceuticals. Students will also study normal and abnormal responses to therapeutic agents. This course may involve field work. Prerequisites: Grade of C or better in Math 118, BIO 124/125 and VET 101. This course is only available to students in the Veterinary Technology program.

VET 215 Laboratory Animal Medicine –Mondays 3:00 – 5:45pm
This course focuses on laboratory and exotic animal husbandry, handling, restraint, and specific problems encountered with laboratory and exotic animals. The student will learn proper feeding and common management practices, including sanitation and disease prevention, in a clinical or zoological setting. The student will also review common diseases of laboratory and exotic animals. This course is designed to provide knowledge and skills required for veterinary technicians Students will get an introductory view of animal handling and husbandry concepts, veterinary clinic management topics and an introduction to veterinary clinical laboratory procedures, animal nutrition and breeding. Students will be expected to complete a four hour job shadow experience at a veterinary clinic of their choice and will require field work. Prerequisites: Grade of C or better in Math 118, VET 101, VET 110, BIO 134/135 and VET 125/126. This course is only available to students in the Veterinary Technology program.

VET 220 Large Animal Management- Wednesdays 3:00-4:50pm
The handling, care and restraint of large animals will be taught in this course. Part or all of this course will meet at an off campus location. Preventative medicine, common medical and surgical procedures, nutritional requirements, veterinary nursing skills, safety and humane issues will be covered as well as any other topics related to essential American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) skills assigned to this course. This course must be taken concurrently with VET 221. Prerequisites: Grade of C or better in VET 101, VET 110, VET 125/126, BIO 134/135. This course is only available to students in the Veterinary Technology program.

VET 221 Large Animal Management Laboratory- Saturdays 8:30-12:15pm AND 12:30-4:15
This laboratory provides experience with the concepts and principles covered in VET 220. Part or all of this course will meet at an off-campus location. The laboratory sessions will take place at local farms. This course must be taken concurrently with VET 220. Prerequisites: Grade of C or better in VET 101, VET 110, VET 125/126, BIO 134/135. This course is only available to students in the Veterinary Technology program.

VET 224 Clinical Methods II- Tuesdays 11:30-12:55
The student will study surgical nursing and anesthesiology in this course. They will learn the administering and monitoring of anesthesia, surgical assisting, record keeping and preparation/ maintenance of the surgery room and instruments as well as any other topics related to essential American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) skills assigned to this course. Part or all of this course will meet at an off campus location. Technician utilization and team concepts of health care delivery will be covered. This course must be taken concurrently with VET 225. Prerequisites: VET190. This course is only available to students in the Veterinary Technology program.

VET 225 Clinical Methods II Laboratory Fridays 8:30-11:30 AND 1:00-4:00 pm
Laboratory exercises will relate to the topics covered in VET 225 Veterinary Clinical Methods II. Students will gain advanced animal handling and laboratory skills in order to prepare for final practicum experience. Part or all of this course will meet at an off-campus location. This course must be taken concurrently with VET 224. This course is only available to students in the Veterinary Technology program. Prerequisite: VET 190

 Qualifications:  Applicants should have a minimum of an associate’s degree and a current Veterinary Technical license from an AVMA accredited institution with related work experience. A bachelor’s degree and prior college level teaching and related work experience are preferred.

ANIMAL CARE AND MANAGEMENT ADJUNCT INSTRUCTORS

ACM 101 Animal Care and Management- Tuesdays and Thursdays 9:45-11:10am
This course covers a study of basic scientific fundamentals of production, including feeding and nutrition, reproductive physiology, selective breeding, health, management, and marketing of livestock, equine and companion animal breeds as well as job opportunities in the animal care and management industries.

ACM 110 Animal Business Concepts- Monday/Wednesdays 11:30-12:55pm
This course serves as an applied approach to using business and management tools needed to function in small businesses in animal related industries. Course content includes basic bookkeeping, insurance, tax planning, marketing, advertising, personnel management and effective decision-making. The principles covered apply to equine, dairy and small animal businesses. Prerequisite: Grade of C or better in MAT 050 or appropriate Mathematics Placement and BUS 110

Qualifications:  Applicants should have a minimum of an associate’s degree with related work experience. An LVT credential and prior college level teaching and related work experience are preferred.

How do I submit my application?

Download and fill out the YCCC Employment Application HERE.  You may submit your employment application along with a cover letter, resume and official transcript via mail or email:

Mail:
York County Community College
Attn: Barbara Owen, Chief of Staff
112 College Drive
Wells, Maine 04090

Scan/Email:
bowen@yccc.edu

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.

What benefits do you offer?

All benefits are in accordance to each applicable collective bargaining agreement and/or policy, and are pro-rated to the position’s full-time equivalency. Please contact Barbara Owen at bowen@yccc.edu for more information.

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