Athletic Director and Fundraiser
Individual will be responsible for the administration and supervision of Southwestern’s intercollegiate athletic programs and fundraising for athletics, including funding for facilities and equipment. Individual will supervise athletic personnel, manage the athletic booster club, coordinate athletic events, manage athletic fund raising activities, and evaluate and make recommendations for continuation, expansion and/or elimination of athletic programs and activities.
Qualifications include a masters degree, at least five years coaching experience, prior knowledge and compliance of NJCAA and ICCAC rules and regulations, and experience administering intercollegiate athletics required. Demonstrated success with fundraising for athletics or fundraising in an athletic environment and management experience including supervision of personnel and budgets desired.
This is a full time position with benefits.
Review of applications will begin Friday, August 8, and will continue until the position is filled.
Chief Financial Officer
Individual is responsible for managing and coordinating the financial affairs of Southwestern Community College including, but not limited to, establishing and maintaining systems to identify and control income and expenditures for the college, preparing and monitoring the college budget, preparing state and federal reports, and completion of other duties relating to insurance, purchasing and business operations. The position also currently oversees the following areas: Bookstore, Copy Center, Financial Aid, Human Resources & Payroll, Information Technology, and Food Services. The Chief Financial Officer serves as a member of SWCC’s administrative cabinet and consults with and assists the Chief Executive Officer with the day-to-day administration of the college.
The successful candidate shall have a minimum of a bachelor’s degree in accounting with a master’s degree or CPA certification preferred, plus at least five years of demonstrated management and/or leadership experience in a similar role.
This is a full time position with benefits. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.
Individual will serve as the transition coordinator for students completing HSED training and transitioning them into credit programs and will work in collaboration with Adult Literacy staff to identify pathways. Individual will also serve as a career coach for student programs, linking them with appropriate college and partner resources. Other responsibilities will be to provide advising services to non-credit and credit students in need of assistance, serve as the college’s retention coordinator, provide general academic and personal assistance to Success Center students and other duties as assigned.
A minimum of a bachelor’s degree in counseling, education, or human services required. Prior experience developing academic/career plans for individuals whose goal is sustainable wage employment preferred. Experience in the development of industry career ladders and academic pathways desired.
This is a part-time position (up to 20 hours per week). Review of applications will begin Friday, August 8, and will continue until the position is filled.
ESL Instructors for Red Oak and Osceola
Individuals will be teaching English to second language learners. Bachelor’s degree required; education major desired. Spanish knowledge helpful, not required. Will be scheduled up to 10 hrs/wk (days); $13 per hour.
Review of applications will begin August 8 and will continue until the position is filled.
Information Technology Systems Networking Instructor
The Information Technology Systems Networking program at Southwestern is a career and technical education program where students may earn a diploma or an Associate of Applied Science degree. Upon completion, students will acquire the skills necessary to install, configure, manage and maintain a network operation system.
The successful candidate will have a minimum of 6000 hours of experience in a computer science occupation as well as certification in CompTIA Network+ or MCSE required. Experience in programming, including JAVA, preferred. A Bachelor’s degree is also preferred. Some of the courses the individual will teach include: Computer Hardware Basics, PC Operating Systems, Network Essentials, Intro to Programming Logic, Regulatory Compliance, Computer Forensics and Investigation, Visual Basic, Mobile Applications development, Network Virtualization and Web Infrastructure.
This is a 202-day (10-month) contract beginning August 2014. Applications are under review.
EMS Instructor (Emergency Medical Services) – Adult & Continuing Education
Individual will provide instruction, supervision and evaluation of student learning experiences in the EMS programs including EMR, EMT and AEMT classes. Primary responsibilities include: set-up and break down of classroom, proper use of equipment, current knowledge of National and Iowa EMS standards, and managing necessary student records. Classes may be located on and/or off SWCC’s main campus.
Qualifications include prior work experience as an EMS provider, Iowa EMS Certification at the Paramedic level and Iowa EMS Instructor endorsement required. Prior teaching experience appropriate to the teaching responsibility and demonstrated ability to utilize appropriate varied and innovative classroom and clinical teaching strategies desired. Iowa EMS Evaluator endorsement and AHA BLS Instructor preferred.
This is a part-time position, typically 8 hours per week. Class times will vary according to scheduling needs. Will work primarily evenings, any day of the week including occasional Saturdays and Sundays. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.