MAYLAND COMMUNITY COLLEGE Full-Time Positions Available
Mayland Community College is a small, comprehensive community college located in the Blue Ridge Mountains of western North Carolina. The College serves over 8,000 general education, vocational, and technical students each year through curriculum and continuing education classes. The College is one of the 58 institutions in the North Carolina Community College System and serves an area of approximately 50,000 persons. Total annual institutional FTE is 2,000. Director of Personnel Services
Under general supervision, administers policies and procedures regarding employment at the college; maintains employee records and statistics, health, employee benefit, and retirement programs; develops and implements the career training for employees with the scope of policies and procedures and ensures that Mayland Community College's (MCC) personnel policies and procedures are in full compliance with state and federal employment law. Show these and related qualifications on application. The successful candidate must possess the following: Minimum Requirements Education:
Bachelors degree Experience:
Five years of experience in personnel and human resource administration; Experience in personnel and human resource administration within the community college system preferred Preferred Requirements
Experience in personnel and human resource administration within the community college system preferred RECRUITMENT, SELECTION and SALARY RANGE:
The process for the recruitment and selection of the successful candidate will be based on the College's Affirmative Action Policy adopted by the Board of Trustees. The salary range is $43,429.00-$54,286.00 annually . SCREENING DEADLINE: August 20,2014
Screening of applicants for the position will begin on the deadline date with the position remaining open until a suitable candidate is selected. Applicants applying after the deadline cannot be guaranteed consideration. Applied Engineering Technology Instructor
The Applied Engineering Technology program prepares students to use basic engineering principles and technical skills to solve technical problems in various types of industry. The course work emphasizes analytical and problem-solving skills. The curriculum includes courses in safety, math, physics, electricity, engineering technology, and technology-specific specialty areas. The faculty will provide classroom instruction in all levels of courses specific to the discipline; serve as academic advisor for students enrolled in the program; schedule courses for the program; develop the curriculum; order textbooks for program; assess student learning and program outcomes; attend faculty meetings; serve on college committees, etc. This position will report to the Dean of Career Technologies. Minimum Requirements AAS degree in Applied Engineering, Machining, Mechanical Engineering, Manufacturing Technology, or related field
Two years' verifiable work experience in CNC or PLC
Bachelor's degree in Engineering related field
Verifiable work experience using SolidWorks or other design software
Verifiable work experience in the Machining field , including using Siemens, Fanuc, and/or Haas controls
Verifiable work experience in automation and robotics
SCREENING DEADLINE: August 20,2014
Screening of applicants for the position will begin on the deadline date with the position remaining open until a suitable candidate is selected.
Applicants applying after the deadline cannot be guaranteed consideration.
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MCC is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer.
All minorities are encouraged to apply.