Residence Life Coordinator, ESL Instructor, ITS Service Center SpecialistCentral Community College
Central Community College
We have the following Openings!
Residence Life Coordinator
Associates Degree is required. Previous experience in Residence Life is preferred.
The Residence Life Coordinator is responsible for creating a living and learning community which contributes to the personal and academic success of residents through collaboration with students, staff and faculty. In coordination with the Director of Residence Life, responsible for daily operations of the six residence halls. Provides supervision of residents and student staff. Performs duties and responsibilities in accordance with College policy and procedures. Performs other duties as assigned.
ESL Instructor(s) Part-Time
A Bachelor's degree is required, with at least 1-year related experience preferred. Requires excellent communication skills as well as a genuine interest in adult learners. Formal teaching experience not required but helpful. Requires understanding of curriculum, instruction, adult learning styles, technology and the educational process normally acquired through a bachelor's degree in education or a related area. Must be proficient in reading, writing, math and English grammar at the high school level. Computer proficiency is essential.
The instructor will be responsible for planning, organizing and implementing an instructional program for English Language Learners 16 and older to develop their English language skills through Reading, Writing, Speaking, Listening, and Math. Classes are held Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday from 6:30 - 8:30 pm at the Central Community College Center in Lexington.
ITS Service Center Specialist (Part-Time)
Closing Date: September 3
A high school diploma or GED required. Ability to understand information technology principles and applications in trouble shooting of computer and related equipment to the component level. Requires an entry-level of analytical skills to diagnose needed repairs and/or fixes of computer and software, determine the optimal method for making such repairs and/or fixes, recommend computer and related equipment which will best meet college needs. Requires an entry-level of interpersonal skills to exchange factual information about various computer and related equipment with college personnel, students, and stakeholders. Requires ability to transport items up to 40 pounds. Requires an advanced user working knowledge of current application software (MS Office), current OS or Mobile OS software (Windows/Linux), and web applications (IE, Firefox) usage.
The individual will be responsible for college IT phone and informational support helpdesk. Phone support will aid employees and students with IT issues related to college learning. This support will be Tier level one type of Customer Service support. The intern will escalate and assign level two help requests to ITS technicians, administrators, or virtual campus stakeholders. Will assist ITS technicians with ITS client system resources including; security, hardware, software, and OS installation/support, inventory tracking, computer wiring, hardware/software/configuration standards, and technical service and support for the college during non-teaching days.