Southwestern Community College is currently accepting applications for the following positions. You can find application information on the How to Apply page. Check back for future job listings and career opportunities at SWCC.
Published January 6, 2020
Primary responsibilities include recruiting and retaining performers for the team, choreographing routines, directing practices, organizing the schedule of performances and/or competitions, and all other aspects of the program. The desired candidate will have previous experience participating in and/or directing drill teams or other dance performance. A minimum of an associate degree (or relative work experience) desired; bachelor's degree preferred. Coaching stipend is $7,500. Additional income opportunities may be possible through other jobs on campus.
Published January 6, 2020
Responsibilities include assisting the head coach with player development, practices, volleyball matches and all other facets of the program. Will also assist with recruiting players for next season. Qualifications include previous high school or collegiate level coaching experience preferred. A minimum of an associate degree desired; bachelor's degree preferred. Coaching stipend is $4,250. Additional income opportunities may be possible through other jobs on campus.
Published December 20, 2019
Actively seeking a head coach to launch and oversee SWCC’s new eSports team. The head coach will be responsible for establishing, recruiting and retaining students to meet roster numbers. Key coaching responsibilities include recruiting, budgeting, fundraising, community engagement, scheduling, promoting, skill instruction, academic support, compliance, and game plan preparation and strategy. The ideal candidate will be creative, energetic, organized, and able to connect with a diverse group of gaming student athletes.
Published December 18, 2019
Individual will monitor bond compliance and record all activities related to Southwestern's debt service and revenue bond funds, including transfers from sinking and reserve funds to make principal and interest payments. Individual is also responsible for the accounting and reporting for the SWCC Education Foundation and preparation of its financial statements. The position includes reconciling bank, broker, and trust statements for all bond and investment accounts and preparing all tax returns for the college including the Forms 990 and 990T. Other accounting duties such as cash management, reconciliations, journal entries, grant accounting, and analysis of accounting information will also be required. Bachelor’s degree in accounting required.
Published December 13, 2019
Individual will be responsible for preparing and teaching basic skills, computer literacy, and High School Equivalency Diploma (HSED) subject areas (reading, writing, social studies, science, and mathematics) to students enrolled in the SWCC Adult Education and Literacy program. Candidate must evaluate and report adult student progress and level completion according to state/federal guidelines and must have good communication and computer skills. Bachelor’s degree required, in education preferred.
Published November 22, 2019
Coaching responsibilities include practice, recruitment, and retention of program participants, academic advising and monitoring of program participant academic progress, equipment purchasing, management of operating budget, and travel arrangements for the team. Firearm safety training and experience in sports shooting required.
Published September 24, 2019
Southwestern Community College (SWCC) accepts applications for part-time non-credit positions for our adult education and literacy at any time. Qualified candidates will be submitted for review when a need exists in SWCC’s service area. We recommend you indicate your desired location of employment when completing the application. Currently SWCC offers AEL/HiSET classes in the following communities: Creston, Red Oak, Osceola, Murray, Leon, Lamoni, and Winterset.